utterly romantic lace wedding dress Toronto
Lace, a traditional material for wedding dresses in days gone by, made a definite return to the aisle – and runway. But this season’s lace wedding dresses are thoroughly modern and elegant and, certainly, not the least bit old-world or baggy!
With its magnificent sheath silhouette, this sleeveless, floor-length satin and lace gown features some seriously eye-popping applique beading. Plus, a sweeping and very dramatic train.
A sweet, sheer and snug off-the-shoulder sheath wedding gown made from Alencon lace, Valerie’s lace sleeves are a highlight. As is the exposed boning detail, embellished crystal band and lace skirt with its beautiful scalloped hem and chapel train.
Fitted lace over a satin wedding dress, Catrina’s elegant fit and flare silhouette tapers off to a beautiful chapel-length train.
Dubbed Athena, this gown is a celebration of French lace and Italian tulle. It is for streamline the feminine silhouette. Also all the details are placed to elongate and draw the eye up and out. It has the hand-clipped lace on the tulle. Plus, the linear background detail behind the tulle gives the gown geometry and dimension.
Simply named Lucy, this compact, trumpet-style lace wedding gown features a bateau neckline and a nearly naked back along which delicate layers of lace meander.
This fabulous French corded, full-length lace gown falls into a train below a belted waist line. The sheer lace upper bust line features hand-cut lace motifs that drip over the shoulders in typical boho fashion. So they form a very unique shoulder detail.
Marnee (wedding dress Toronto)
Boasting Italian corded guipure lace, this floor-length gown with its deep V-shaped neckline and capped sleeves would be perfect for a Spring wedding. Especially one being held outdoors.
Brighton (wedding dress Toronto)
Brighton is a modern take on the standard strapless wedding gown. Because it is a wedding dress offering some serious boho chic. On the other hand, it boasts a sweetheart neckline and flares from the mid thigh in order to elongate the bride’s wedding day silhouette.